O.J.: Made in America

O.J.: Made in America

O.J.: Made in America

  • Genre: Sports
  • Release Date: 2016-06-12
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99
7.8/10
7.8
From 15 Ratings

Description

It is the defining cultural tale of modern America – a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system. And two decades after its unforgettable climax, it continues to fascinate, polarize, and even, yes, develop new chapters. From Peabody and Emmy-award winning director Ezra Edelman, it’s “O.J.: Made in America.”

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 1 1:32:03 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
2 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 2 1:37:07 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
3 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 3 1:35:10 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
4 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 4 1:34:22 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
5 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 5 1:39:31 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Extended Preview 11:02 Free Buy on iTunes

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Reviews

  • OJ Documentary

    5
    By Pankencas.
    Compelling perspective of a troubled mind and the social consciousness of a society. Amazing documentary.
  • This film

    5
    By 30for30
    Terrific.
  • One of the best docmentaries I have ever seen

    5
    By herrmitt
    Wow, can't say enough good things about this documentary. Well done and well paced. I was young when the trial happened, and didn't remember how bad things were back then. Just shows how badly the prosecution messed up everything. Just a word of warning to all, the last couple episodes are pretty graphic with all the crime scene photos.
  • Absolutely brilliant!

    5
    By Baldy Rudd Rudd
    I almost never award five stars. But this is easily the best documentary since "The Jinx" (which had that shocker in the final episode). Much, much, much better than the tedious and shallow "The People v. O.J. Simpson". Exceptionally well made. Gets you thinking about race relations in America, the perils of fame, the fluidity of justice, and the agony of slowly realizing that a man you thought you knew and loved is a killer. An absolute Must See!
  • Be warned: it's very explicit

    4
    By BKJ40
    This documentary is very compelling, but it is definitely not "TV-G" viewing as rated on iTunes. Episodes 4 and 5 show very explicit crime scene photos of Ron Goldman's and Nicole Brown Simpson's bodies. Nothing else I've watched about the O.J. trial (such as American Crime Story) was nearly that explicit, so I was unprepared for that in purchasing this documentary. (There is a disclaimer about violent and disturbing images at the beginning of the episodes, but I really did not imagine that crime scene photos would be shown.)
  • Dude, captain Kansas:

    5
    By bpowpow15
    You should really look into Apple's New Episode release practices... It's not hard to find: Google it or ask someone. Apple releases EVERY new episode at 12:00 am midnight the night the episode airs. Yes, you have to be a LITTLE patient. You may have to wait about 5-6 hours after it airs... Stop crying. ....Well look at that. It's 10:20 pm here on the west coast. If you live in the East, you already have it. If you live on the west coast, you have an entire 1 hour; 40 minutes to wait. Sorry... I just felt like being an a**, but everything I said is 100% true And oh ya, this show is amazing people!! Just for a little reference, I'm white and my pop is an ex-police officer. I thought the show did a pretty admirable, if not perfect, job of showing both points of view EQUALLY. You COULD say they lean a little heavier in favor of the Liberal point of view, but that's not to say they weren't made to look very foolish at times. This documentary is as close as you'll probably ever get to an unbiased look at race-relations from the past to the present. I appreciated how this documentary showed a fair view of Police officers. They are made to seem so evil in today's media, yet this documentary clearly shows we NEED them, or society as we know will break down. After Rodney King, blacks were all over the place protesting the cops, and we all know it didn't stop there. It was funny how they all wanted the police out of their neighborhoods and wanted to be left alone, but once the riots started and the police didn't help, who do you think were the FIRST people to beg the cops to intervene? I'll give you 2 guesses but you'll only need 1 lol. Point being? Cops can't win. They are damned if they do and damned if they don't.
  • A Five Star⭐️Documentary

    5
    By Kleen6160
    The Best Docu-Series, Highly Recommended
  • Gripping

    5
    By touristinthecity
    Context of the country, of LA and of the man OJ are wound together
  • THE OJ Documentary

    5
    By FeelSoNumb
    For anyone looking for the ultimate documentary of OJ Simpson, I give you this amazing series which deservedly won the Oscar. Not only does it detail the man and his legal history, it goes into incredible detail of the racial history in Los Angeles dating from the 40s. You might wonder why bother? But trust me, they have a point; it builds up to the Rodney King and the LA Riots which played a significant role in the trial. The people interviewed include OJ’s childhood friends, his adult friends (or former), LAPD police officers, legal workers, and the jurors. It is an amazing insight to the rise and fall of an American dream with the circumstances detailed for you to truly understand it all.
  • Its fantastic - absolute must see

    5
    By Alex200001978
    Loved every episode. It’s very well done. Raw, honest and eye opening

Reviews

  • Gripping

    5
    By touristinthecity
    Context of the country, of LA and of the man OJ are wound together
  • THE OJ Documentary

    5
    By FeelSoNumb
    For anyone looking for the ultimate documentary of OJ Simpson, I give you this amazing series which deservedly won the Oscar. Not only does it detail the man and his legal history, it goes into incredible detail of the racial history in Los Angeles dating from the 40s. You might wonder why bother? But trust me, they have a point; it builds up to the Rodney King and the LA Riots which played a significant role in the trial. The people interviewed include OJ’s childhood friends, his adult friends (or former), LAPD police officers, legal workers, and the jurors. It is an amazing insight to the rise and fall of an American dream with the circumstances detailed for you to truly understand it all.
  • Its fantastic - absolute must see

    5
    By Alex200001978
    Loved every episode. It’s very well done. Raw, honest and eye opening
  • OJ

    5
    By chapman 23
    This documentary was breathtaking.
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    5
    By yurtrscter
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  • Fair And Balanced Account

    5
    By Spuds Mothersbaugh
    As a backdrop, O.J.: Made in America shows the story of racism and injustice relevant to this famous case. Furthermore, it points out that O.J. Simpson previously never really identified himself as "black". In fact, he had a history of distancing himself from issues of racial injustice that other African-Americans were clearly speaking out on. Only when the heat was on, did he decide to play the "race card" with his "Dream Team" legal defense. Then he was finally "black". In one revelation, a member of the defense team admits they had to change pictures in Simpson's house to make him look "more black" to the jury.
  • Absolutely amazing.

    5
    By PearlJam9399
    This is the first review I've ever done, I'm 17 years old and didn't live during the time of the trial, but I can tell you one thing, I know much more about the "trial of the century" than many other people who lived watching the case live on tv. This is easily the greatest documentary ever put together. Yes that's a bold statement, but go watch this film, and then read this review again. I promise you, you'll believe me 100%. IT IS A MUST BUY!
  • Proof OJ Wasn't Targeted By Cops

    5
    By gb0923
    This series is 100% definitive proof that OJ Simpson was not framed by LAPD. He was literally the last black person the LAPD would ever have framed. I didn't know he was THAT famous! I think every juror on that trial should have the words "Moron Juror from the OJ Simpson Trial" on their gravestone. As a documentary, this absolutely deserved the oscar it just won. When I saw a recent prediction saying another documentary would win I thought: "This reviewer obviously hasn't seen OJ Made In America." This documentary was so good I didn't want it to end. And when it was over I just wanted to watch it again. It is the ultimate OJ Simpson documentary. The People vs. OJ Simpson was a fabulous tv show, but the OJ Simpson trial was one of those things where the real life story is just unbeatable. I don't think there will ever be such a high profile trial ever again. The families of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman should be so proud of what this film maker portrayed- he did their story justice. Yes one of the other reviewers is right- the documentary is explicit- not only does one of the prosecutors walk the viewer through what happened to Nicole and Ron when they were killed (it's unbelievable) - the show also reveals crime scene photos showing horribly graphic photos (briefly) that I didn't think they could even show. However that is no reason not to get this amazing documentary.
  • Brilliant

    5
    By Idrisio77
    One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I have watched this 5-6 times and it is still fascinating to me. The way they discuss race in LA is brilliant.
  • stop

    1
    By sweetweed420
    why do 50 movies about every boring subject get made? who cares about oj?

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